Entries in 'Hardware' (324)
As few as 0.4 per cent of launch PS4 consoles are experiencing technical problems, Sony has stated.
Reports of PS4s with faulty HDMI output ports are “isolated incidents”, Sony has claimed.
Valve won't let third parties design and sell their own Steam controllers like it's encouraging them to do with Steam machines, the company has revealed.
Mad Catz has said that its Xbox One racing wheel won’t be released until some time after Christmas.
UK video games charity GamesAid has a very special item on auction for those pondering an Xbox One Purchase.
Valve has revealed the prototype design of its upcoming Steam Machine hardware.
Troubled UK retailer Blockbuster WILL refund customers who have paid for PS4 or Xbox One pre-orders.
A host of functionality for Sony’s PS4 will only be available to users once they have downloaded a 300MB patch.
Nintendo’s handheld console 2DS has dropped below the £100 barrier at several UK retailers.
The recently unveiled The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds 3DS XL bundle is set to launch in North America, according to an upcoming GameStop advertisement.
Those who have ordered the PS4 Watch Dogs bundle from GAME have been told that their console pre-orders are secure.
PC sales worldwide have seen a further decline, falling almost 10 per cent compared to the same period in 2012, as consumers continue to choose tablets, a new report claims.
Mojo, the upcoming Android console form peripherals specialist MadCatz, has been given an eye-watering £219.99 RRP.
Tommo and Blaze have rebutted SNK’s attempts to shut down the Neo Geo X console.
Hardware maker Xi3’s Piston Console will launch next month on Black Friday.
Minecraft proves that indie games can sell consoles, says Xbox indie developer boss Chris Charla.
A bundle including a PS4 console, two DualShock 4 controllers, Killzone Shadow Fall and a PlayStation Camera is coming to the UK.
Microsoft has reclaimed its crown as the UK’s No.1 platform holder.
The PlayStation UK team is in crucial talks to secure more PS4 consoles, after admitting it had underestimated how popular it would be.
AMD’s success in securing rights to produce the innards for both Xbox One and PS4 has placed it in pole position to take control of the PC games market.
Xbox chief marketing officer Yusuf Mehdi has claimed that Microsoft will not make a loss on each Xbox One it sells.
An apparent leak from an employee at US retailer Walmart suggests Xbox One will beat PS4 to market.
PlayStation 3 was the No.1 console of the summer in the UK with some help from 2013’s second best selling game.
Microsoft’s strategic shift regarding Xbox One and Kinect will only stretch so far.